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This small museum is a true jewel. Housed in a historic house built by Manuel Tolsa, it has a beautiful collection of paintings from the gothic to the renaissance periods. Albeit most of the art is religious (it is in Mexico, after all) the quality...More
This museum is pretty nice for it's location, there were not a lot of people and the expo was good.I thought it was just gonna be 15 minutes and ended up staying 40 minutes.
The architecture is beautiful and the staff is pretty friendly!
The permanent collection of the museum is very good, with some major names such as Ingres, Rubens, Fragonard, Zurbaran, Van Dyck, Rodin, etc. There are very few visitors here, the atmosphere is very peaceful, although somewhat sad and severe. The temporary exhibits are very nice...More
This is a relatively small museum housedin agrandold mansion, featuring the largest collection of European art in Latin America. It is especially strong in Flemish art, incuding works by Rubens, Frans Hals, among others. Ther is a small,comfortable coffee shop with anadequate selection and very...More
This beautiful little museum, located a short stroll from the Alameda, is the equivalent of an art history lesson. It lays out how art changed over time, all in a small space. It also has a very nice little gift shop. I am not usually...More
The Museo National de San Carlos houses European art but that is much less interesting than its beautiful architecture. The building is an oval neo-classic gem and sitting on benches on the interior is an opportunity to sit and catch your breath. I can't recall...More
The building is almost worth going to see this museum. Ellipitical shape, columns to the sky surround an open courtyard. It lends a peaceful and beatific eye to the sky. The art is European religious art, and I can only take a half hour of...More